Browsing All posts tagged under »ssh«

Reinforce ssh security with Denyhosts

November 10, 2009

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…For years I’ve been saying security consists of protection, detection and response–and you need all three to have good security… March 2007, Bruce Schneier I always read Schneier’s site carefully, because everything he says is precise, consistent and grounded in experience. When I stumbled upon this concept of three components of security, I realized that […]

Secure remote storage using sshfs and encfs

August 23, 2009

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I was particularly impressed by Dropbox and its ability to backup, retrieve and share files so easily, but I am quite concerned about the security issues deriving from having your files on a remote, closed-source system. I think that a good remote storage solution should prevent the owner of the storage server from accessing private […]

Links for 2009-05-19

May 19, 2009

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Openmoko: more hardware info and gta02-core [feedly] via LWN.net OpenMoko has released more information about the design of its current “gta02″ platform. The purpose of this release is to help support the gta02-core project, which is doing a community-based redesign of this hardware. “The gta02-core project is primarily a test-bed for the community development process. […]

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